Nikki Haley recently made a startling remark regarding the widely discussed midterm elections, warning that if the GOP does not win, then “there won’t be a 2024.”
The former Ambassador to the United Nations delivered her remarks during an appearance on Fox News, where she stressed how important it was for the GOP to remain wholly focused on the upcoming midterm elections.
During her appearance, Haley also addressed rumors regarding whether or not she may make a bid for the White House.
Haley replied she might consider a run “if there’s a place for [her],” adding that she will “see what happens.”
Her primary concern, however, is the immediate health and well-being of the nation.
“We need to get America strong again,” Haley urged, before delineating a number of different issues that the country is enduring under the Biden administration.
Arguing that the United States needed to bring “sanity” back to its domestic policy, Haley asserted how important it is to “start fighting for Americans again,” “fighting for our children’s education,” “fighting for opportunities,” and generally making sure that the nation “[gets] back on track.”
“I look at the fact that we’ve got men playing women’s sports, [and] I look at the fact that we got our military focused on gender pronouns,” Haley remarked in disbelief, “we need to snap out of it.”
Haley also offered sharp criticism for the Biden administration’s foreign policy, noting it will be critical to focus on this endeavor for the next two decades.
Haley warned that “enemies [are] trying to come after us,” yet the nation is “asleep at the wheel.”
“This is absolute craziness,” Haley declared, providing context for her most memorable remark during her appearance.
“If we don’t win in 2022, there won’t be a 2024,” she warned, “so we need to stay humble, disciplined, and win that.”
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